If the sperm is completely dry, with no blood, there is little risk.
do it with your mom and dad. then you get sperm
Not at all.unless he, or it for that matter has a disease
Kidney conditions have no effect on the production of sperm. However nutrient deficiencies can lower the number of sperm produced.
Sperm is created in the testicles & is a small part of the ejaculate when a Male becomes aroused. Most Males will produce sperm from Puberty (10-12 years) for the rest of their life. Sperm is as natural as tears, blood or saliva. If sperm passes into a fertile woman it can cause pregnancy, but other than that it is just another harmless human bodily fluid, nothing special about it. If the male is unhealthy or Infected with a disease, the sperm is a wonderful fluid for growing disease & can pass that disease on to others through the sperm and ejaculate.
Yes if the person has a STD.
No, not unless your partner has a disease
The sperm whale would die if a disease killed all the seals. This is because these animals have a relationship with each other.
Men produce sperm continuously from puberty onwards as long as there is no illness or disease.
sperm in yo face
No, it is a natural process that all male animals do.
Not unless he has a disease.
If he has a STD, yes. Always use protection.
No you can't transmit a disease to yourself but you can transmit it to someone else if you are a carrier of a disease . It might. It all depends if the carrier has an STD.
Nothing happens unless the semen contains a disease.
yes she can but only if the boy as the disease and she can not get pregnant from swallowing
If its your own sperm: nothing. If it's someone elses', you can contract an Sexually Transmitted Disease. Use appropriate STD protection measures.
Yes, you can eat sperm but certain diseases such as Herpes can exist only in your reproductive system. They can then be transmitted to the mouth as oral Herpes.
No. Blood does not kill sperm cells. However, if a woman is menstruating, she cannot get pregnant. But blood can carry disease, so use protection.
The cell does not contain any disease but the accompanying seminal fluid may.
No, not unless they have some sort of disease.
While it's strange to desire to consume one's own spermatozoa, I'll humor you. Unless you have some form of genital disease/STD, then you will simply ingest the sperm, and presumably the semen. If you are suffering from some form of genital disease/STD, then it's quite possible that consuming your own sperm will result in a spread of the infection, which would be bad. If you want to ingest your own sperm and you're clear of infections, then knock yourself out. If you are suffering from infections, I'd urge you not to eat your own sperm.
The whole purpose of using a condom is that the condom will contain any sperm that is ejaculated into it. This is a protection against either pregnancy or sexually transmitted disease.